Royal Mail launches online safe space for domestic abuse survivors

Royal Mail launches online safe space for domestic abuse survivors

British postal service Royal Mail has launched a discreet online safe space for survivors of domestic abuse so they can access help with no internet history trace. 

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, domestic violence has got worseAccording to Women’s Aid research, three quarters of abuse survivors living with their abuser felt they could not leave or escape harm because of the pandemic. Furthermore, 61 percent of women living with their abuser reported worsening abuse during the pandemic. 

Accessing support services during a pandemic can be extremely difficult, particularly with pandemic restrictions limiting people’s contact with support systems.  Read more…

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